Quinta Do Ameal

Quinta do Ameal is a small ancient property (1710) of rare natural beauty. Here are created and produced excellent white wines made from a Portuguese grape variety called Loureiro. This reaches its greatest aromatic and tasty expression at this incredible Lima Valley region where we are located.

Wines produced exclusively from grapes grown organically on our own state, are based on the philosophy of our production and that translates into focus more attention and energy on the vine, thereby producing grapes of high quality and excellence for which, in this way, we achieve unique wines of "terroir", with great personality and character. For us, a great wine should always express a sense of place ...

Since the beginning of the project, the ever-present spirit, was the creation and specialization in new and different wines made with this noble grape, and today we can clearly say that the Ameal bucked the Loureiro on a map of top wines production in Portugal, because our wines, are regularly considered by the most respected national and foreign critics, among the best white wines in the country.

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Quinta do Ameal Solo Unico 2015
93  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 93 "...Remarkably pure, this shows fine tension, acidity lifting the fruit and allowing this to finish with lingering flavor, what seems to be the pure essence of fruit. Fresh, clean and penetrating, it is delicious (in its dry and steely way—don't expect sweetness!) and beautifully
Item Number: 29074
Bottle:$34.95
Case: $209.70
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Quinta do Ameal 'Loureiro' 2016
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92  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 92 "The 2016 Loureiro, the winery's Classico, is unoaked. It was bottled in early February 2017 and comes in at 11.5% alcohol. Another fine milestone in this winery's history, this tightly-wound Loureiro is precise, focused and penetrating, as always. Pungent and enlivening, this is
Item Number: 25954
Bottle:$12.95
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Quinta do Ameal 'Loureiro' Vinho Verde 2015
94  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 94 "The 2015 Loureiro (bottled January 19, 2016) is unoaked, dry and comes in at 11.5% alcohol. I've been talking a lot about the great 2015s and also about how well this estate has performed over the years. (Check out the reviews of library wines this issue.) If it seems that the